Summer Trivia Quiz

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Q 1. When typically is the date for the first day of summer?

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July 21st
June 21st
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Q 2. What movie did Steven Spielberg direct that takes place in summer time, involving a shark tormenting a small Cape Town?

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Jaws
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
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Q 3. What year was the first beach ball invented?

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1938
1976
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Q 4. What is usually the most sold item in the summer?

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Swimsuits
Hats
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Q 5. What was the first ice cream flavour?

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Chocolate
Vanilla
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Q 6. The Fourth of July signifies which historical event in American History?

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The signing of the Declaration of Independence
The end of the war
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Q 7. During the heat of the summer, the iron parts of the Eiffel Tower expands, making the tower grow more than 6 inches, true or false?

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False
True
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Q 8. Which Walt Disney character’s first words were ‘Hot Dog!’

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Mickey Mouse
Donald Duck
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Q 9. Salt Water Taffy was first created by accident, true or false?

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True
False
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Q 10. Which is the correct opening line from Grease’s ‘Summer Nights’?

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Summer loving had me a blast.
Last year’s loving had me a blast.
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Q 11. Who met and fell in love with Marge Bouvier at a summer camp in 1974?

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Homer Simpson
Ronald Reagan
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Q 12. Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day is the first line from which William Shakespeare sonnet?

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Sonnet 12
Sonnet 18
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Q 13. In what fictional seaside town is the sitcom Home and Away based?

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Spring Bay
Summer Bay
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Q 14. Who sung the song Summer, which received many nominations for Brit Awards in 2015?

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Calvin Harris
Will.I.AM
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Q 15. London have hosted the Summer Olympic Games twice, true or false?

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False
True
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Q 16. By what name is the character Puck also known as in the Shakespeare play A Midsummer Night’s Dream?

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Robin Goodfellow
Robin Skinner
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Q 17. What are considered to be the summer signs of the Zodiac?

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Gemini, Cancer and Leo
Aries, Taurus, Virgo
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Q 18. What is the Guinness World Record for the longest Barbecue ever recorded?

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75 hours
80 hours
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Q 19. True or false, Watermelon consists of over 90% water?

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False
True
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Q 20. What is the longest continuous beach in America?

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Muscle Beach, CA
Long Beach, WA
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Q 21. The month of June is named after a Greek Goddess, true or false?

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False
True
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Q 22. In which city is the Ice Cream Sandwich, believed to have be invented?

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New York City
London
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Q 23. Which U.S. President’s daughter celebrates a birthday on the Fourth of July?

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Chelsea Clinton
Malia Obama
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Q 24. What is the traditional birthstone for the month of August?

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Peridot
Topaz
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Q 25. According to the U.S. agricultural statistics these two vegetables have more sales in the month of August compared to all year combined, what vegetables are they?

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Turnips and Squash
Corn and Squash
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Q 26. According to the U.S hospital statistics, what summer recreational activity claims the least number of injuries and fatalities each year?

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Skinny dipping
Swimming in a pool
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Q 27. What is considered to be the most popular selling grilling meat throughout the summer?
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Hamburgers
Hotdogs
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Q 28. In Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, what was done all on a summer’s day?

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The Queen of Spades went to Spain
The Queen of Hearts made some tarts
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Q 29. How is the singer La Donna Gaynes, better known?

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Donna Summer
Donna Autumn
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Q 30. The film titled Summersby starred actor Richard Gere and which actress?

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Sandra Oh
Jodie Foster                   

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